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Barossa RegionBarossa is home to two major growing areas: The hot Barossa Valley and the cooler Eden Valley.
The Barossa Valley is the more famous, and while quite hot during the day, cools off considerably at night. This allows for great ripeness, but in the best of their wine, it also produces great balance. The Barossa Valley is known for its Shiraz, but also produces significant quantities of Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache.
The Eden Valley's cooler temperatures are a function of altitude. The altitude ranges from about 1200' in the warmer north to over 1600' in the cooler south. The south end of the Eden Vally is known for it Riesling, while the north end is known for its Shiraz.
The 2012 Pewsey Vale Vineyard Riesling is a ... more
The 2011 Wonderland of the Eden Valley Riesling ... more
The little brother, as it were, to Yalumba's ... more
The 2010 Baby Bush is near perfection of ... more
St Hallett Gamekeeper's Reserve is packed with ... more
A deep, layered wine, with definite potential for more
Beginning with the 1962 vintage, The ... more
There are 236 cases of the 1999 Shiraz Roennfeldt more
A wine that merits interest, the flagship cuvee ... more
True to Eden Valley character, St Hallett Eden ... more